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Section 2: War In Europe

The Internet contains a wealth of information, but sometimes it's a little tricky to find what you need. By using the preselected Web sites provided below you will be able to narrow your search, answer assigned questions, and save precious time. Simply follow the links to find valuable research materials and activity support. There's a lot of information in here, happy hunting!

Peace for Our Time http://library.byu.edu/ ~rdh/ eurodocs/ uk/ peace.html
Text of Neville Chamberlain's historic statement after the Munich conference in September 1938.

Chronology of International Events, March 1938 to December 1941 http://metalab.unc.edu/ pub/ academic/ history/ marshall/ military/ wwii/ chrono_1938-41.txt
Detailed time line of events preceding the U.S. entry into World War II, issued by the U.S. Department of State in 1941.

Winston Churchill http://www.winstonchurchill.org/
Account of Churchill's life, with links to his most famous speeches and quotations.

The Allies at War: Three Titans http://www.bbc.co.uk/ history/ worldwars/ wwtwo/ allies_at_war_01.shtml
Chronicles the tense relationship between the World War II leader of the French government in exile, Charles de Gaulle, and the allied leaders who helped bring him to power in France, Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The Munich Crisis http://www.otr.com/ munich.html
Account of the German provocations that led to talks in Munich, Germany, among the major European powers, and the eventual German occupation of Czechoslovakia.

Neville Chamberlain http://www.bbc.co.uk/ history/ historic_figures/ chamberlain_arthur_neville.shtml
Brief biography of the British prime minister who first negotiated with Adolf Hitler and later declared war on Germany, only to be driven from power at home. Includes links to analysis of Chamberlain's policy of appeasement and the start of World War II.